Sheffield pubs show gratitude to teachers with exclusive 50% discount

Teachers are often the forgotten heroes of the Covid pandemic, having had to overcome numerous obstacles to ensure no children miss out on their education.

By Robert Cumber
Sunday, 5th September 2021, 8:28 am

But, as pupils return to the classroom after the summer holidays, pubs in Sheffield are repaying their debt of gratitude with an exclusive offer.

Thornbridge Brewery is offering all teachers and teaching assistants up to 50 per cent off at its pubs in Sheffield and Derbyshire throughout September.

All teaching staff have to do to take up the offer is flash their school pass or lanyard before ordering.

The Greystones pub in Sheffield is offering all teachers and teaching assistants 50 per cent off food and 10 per cent off drinks throughout September

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They can get 50 per cent off food and 10 per cent off drinks at The Stag's Head, The Greystones and Thornbridge Taproom, with 10 per cent off drinks available at The Bath Hotel, The Hallamshire House, The Cross Scythes and The Coach and Horses.

Announcing the offer, The Greystones pub in Sheffield said: “We know how tough these next few weeks are going to be for you, however glad you are to be back with the kids…

“Our venues in Sheffield and Derbyshire would like to invite you for a little bit of R&R…

“We know how hard you guys work and we are grateful. Hope to see you enjoying some downtime at one of our lovely community pubs very soon #threecheersforteachers #teamthornbridge #thankyouteachers.”

The offer comes as ministers are expected to approve Covid jabs for healthy 12 to 15-year-olds, with the aim of reducing school absences, despite the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) having decided against backing the move.